SOLAR PANEL - HOW DOES IT WORK?

SUNLIGHT

Sunlight contains Energy absorbable by Silicon, which releases electrons. When sunlight hit on the material, “photoelectric effect” happens.

SOLAR CELL

A small, thin semi conductor wafer treated specifically to form an electric field, is called solar cell, wherein electric conductors are attached to it in a way to form a circuit. This circuit captures the released electrons in the form of an electric current.

PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE

The collection of solar cell is called photovoltaic module. It is configured precisely to supply electricity at a certain voltage.

DC TO AC

The collection of photovoltaic module is called photovoltaic panel that produces direct current, but major applications demand alternating current, thereby inverter is used to convert DC into AC.

Solar Panel work by retaining daylight with photovoltaic cells, creating direct current (DC) energy and after that changing over it to usable substituting current (AC) energy with the assistance of inverter technology. AC energy then flows through the home’s electrical panel and is conveyed as needs be. Here are the fundamental strides for how solar panel works for your home:

  • Photovoltaic cells absorb the sun’s energy and convert it to DC electricity
  • The solar inverter converts DC electricity from your solar modules to AC electricity, which is used by most home appliances
  • Electricity flows through your home, powering electronic devices
  • Excess electricity produced by solar panels is fed to the electric grid
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